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I Saw U: Eating Garlic Bread in the Park, Drinking Free Wine at Base, on the Train After the Protest

See someone? Say something! by Anonymous girl in the old white volvo on denny way you looked over at me in my little smart car and your mouth dropped open, so naturally i made the same face at u. it was really funny. i hope ur well To the anarchist

Council Member Tanya Woo Advised to Recuse Herself from Gig Worker Minimum Wage Vote

The Ethics Commission thinks her father-in-law’s restaurant could directly benefit if the ordinance passes. by Hannah Krieg Council Member Tanya Woo is “asking for a second opinion” after Executive Director of Seattle Ethics and Elections Wayne Barnett advised her to recuse herself from an upcoming vote on a rollback of

Pressing On

When book distributor Small Press Distribution closed suddenly in March, Seattle’s Asterism Books stepped in to help. by Josh Fomon Seattle prides itself as a bookish, well-read city with a storied literary heritage of Pulitzer- and National Book Award-winning writers and publishers. Seattle’s literary culture is so vibrant and rich

The Top 39 Events in Seattle This Week: May 20–27, 2024

girl in red, Northwest Folklife Festival, and More Top Picks by EverOut Staff We’re supplying our top picks all the way through to Memorial Day, so read on for details on events from girl in red to Billy Joel and from Miranda July with Laurie Frankel to the Northwest Folklife

Slog AM: Iran President Killed in Helicopter Crash, ICC Files Arrest Warrant for Israel and Hamas Leaders, RIP Red Lobster

The Stranger’s morning news roundup. by Nathalie Graham Iran’s president dies in helicopter crash: On Sunday, Iran President Ebrahim Raisi, the country’s foreign minister, the governor of Iran’s East Azerbaijan province, and all of their bodyguards were killed. The first reports stated the helicopter “went missing.” Then, after hours of looking,

Shrinking Levy Transit Funding Won’t Help Seattle Reach Its Climate Goals

Freeing Buses from Traffic Gridlock Would Be Money Well Spent by Ethan C. Campbell As a researcher studying the polar oceans, my colleagues and I watched with trepidation as the past seven years brought low after record low in the sea ice ringing Antarctica. Recent studies conclude that our planet’s

This Week in Seattle Food News

Vegan Donuts, Lebanese Tacos, and Oysters Galore by EverOut Staff Oysters reign supreme in the Seattle food scene this week, as local culinary heavyweights Tom Douglas and Brendan McGill debut new oyster bars and the L’Oursin sibling Bar Bayonne introduces a daily oyster happy hour. Plus, Dough Joy and Situ

Community Dislikes Plan to Divide Denny Blaine Park Area into Nude and Clothed Zones

The City wants to draw a nudity DMZ at the parking lot. by Vivian McCall The battle for Denny Blaine continued at a sometimes contentious public meeting at the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation headquarters Thursday evening.  The department, which last year announced a wildly unpopular, millionaire-funded plan to

UW Encampment to Disband after Compromise with Administration

Protesters Didn’t Win Everything, but Some Gazans Will Go to UW for Free by Hannah Krieg The United Front for Palestinian Liberation (UF) will voluntarily pack up their encampment at the quad over the weekend after striking a deal with the University of Washington (UW). Administration agreed to evaluate a

Seattle’s New Economy Is No Different from the GOP’s Old One

“Let the dollar circulate, let the dollar circulate.” by Charles Mudede Many years ago, I came up with a joke for all heavy boozers trying to lose weight. It goes like this: They prefer a Republican diet. My meaning? When it comes to government spending, the right likes to cut

The Best Bang for Your Buck Events in Seattle This Weekend: May 17–19, 2024

U District Street Fair, Norwegian Constitution Day Celebration & Parade, and More Cheap & Easy Events Under $15 by EverOut Staff The weekend is calling with low-key, high-fun events from the U District Street Fair to the Norwegian Constitution Day Celebration & Parade and from Thunderpussy Live at Easy Street

Don’t Leave Communities Out of the Transportation Levy

Keeping BIPOC Communities in Place as Light Rail Expands Should Be a Key Component of the Seattle Transportation Levy by Karen Sataka The Levy to Move Seattle, a property tax put to voters every eight years, presents an opportunity for Mayor Bruce Harrell and the Seattle City Council to set

Slog AM: Trooper Shoots Man in Altercation, Shuts Down I-5; Alito’s Big, Bad, Upside-Down Flag; Important Golfer Arrested

The Stranger’s morning new roundup. by Nathalie Graham Deadly altercation on I-5: At 4 pm on Thursday police fielded a call about a man ramming his car into a WSDOT vehicle and lift over and over on an I-5 shoulder near Everett. Two WSDOT employees were on the lift. An

Ticket Alert: Childish Gambino, Aurora, and More Seattle Events Going On Sale This Week

Plus, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Live and More Event Updates for May 16 by EverOut Staff Multi-hyphenate artist Childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover, previously claimed he would retire his rap moniker following the release of his next album—so don’t miss the opportunity to see him on his New World

Lost Melodies

Let’s fight for reliable funding mechanisms to support arts education in schools. by Nicole Stankovic While it has only been a month since I wrote about the lack of financial support for public music instruction, the landscape of education in Seattle has dramatically shifted. The announcement that Seattle Public Schools

I Saw U: Standing Outside the Wildrose, Watching the Craft at Central Cinema, Swimming Solo at Magnuson

by Anonymous gelato on third and union you were wearing a mitochondrion band shirt and a kandi gauntlet on your arm. you stopped to get gelato same time as me. you looked like walter white Flamenco at Rabbit Box We sat side-by-side for the performance. You are learning tango, you

Time to Earn that Oscar, Mayor Harrell: Veto the Minimum Wage Repeal

Mayor Bruce Harrell Doesn’t Deserve a “Labor Oscar”—at Least Not Yet by Hannah Krieg MLK Labor Council gave Mayor Bruce Harrell a “Labor Oscar” for “Best Elected Official” last week for his “excellent leadership in reaching a deal with the Coalition of City Unions, his support of ‘first-in-the-nation’ workers rights

Seven Places To Eat Rhubarb in Seattle Right Now

Ice Cream, Cookies, and More by EverOut Staff Rhubarb, also known as the “pie plant,” is a quintessentially Northwest ingredient and a harbinger of spring. It also holds a special place in my heart—it grew wild near my childhood home, and I love it so much I even named my

Slog AM: More Than 16,000 Homeless in King County, Anonymous Donor Against Nude Beach Revealed, and UW Admin Gave Pro-Palestine Protesters Fuck-All In Negotiations

The Stranger’s morning news roundup. by Hannah Krieg Weather: Today won’t be quite as summer-y as yesterday, according to the National Weather Service. Expect highs in the mid 60s, mostly cloudy skies, and even some showers. Friday will dry up, but it might be a while before it gets back

Slog AM: More Than 16,000 Homeless in King County, Anonymous Donor Against Nude Beach Revealed, and UW Admin Gave Pro-Palestine Protesters Fuck-All In Negotiations

The Stranger’s morning news roundup. by Hannah Krieg Weather: Today won’t be quite as summer-y as yesterday, according to the National Weather Service. Expect highs in the mid 60s, mostly cloudy skies, and even some showers. Friday will dry up, but it might be a while before it gets back

Mayor Bruce Harrell Met with Denny Blaine Donor at a Key Moment During Controversial Playground Proposal

Harrell’s meetings raise questions about just how anonymous this anonymous donor really was, and they underscore whose voices the mayor privileges in initial conversations about public spaces. by Vivian McCall Mayor Bruce Harrell’s office maintains that the mayor did not know the identity of the donor who offered to fund